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barreling down named sandy, but worry more about economic news that seem to be far from dandy. i'm neil cavuto. ahead of the storm, the surge in gdp ain't exactly sunshine. better than expected, weaker than it should be. when you figure government spending accounted for a gd chunk, you have to wonder if things are really looking up, not when business investment skids 1.3% in the same quarter and scores of companies were making clear they are not investing much more this quarter. many are worried about next year battening down the hatches laying off thousands of workers for what could be the perfect economic storm. we're in for nasty weather. to me sis is a francis on just how nasty. what do you think? >> business spending on fixed expenses, fixed costs down 1.3%. they are not willing to buy buildings, take on higher represent, not buying computers or equipment because they don't believe the demand i coming. they are not making any bigger investment that's what we need to lift the economy is that investment, and the fact it's declining? wow, that's really a bad sign. neil: scott,
everything being suspended until tuesday. forecasters already saying that hurricane sandy has or will have atlantic city tonight or it when it does, it will make a bad situation worse. again, the famed boardwalk that we are telling you about -- there's no way of knowing whether or not it was destroyed. we do know from a couple people on the scene that it is very hard to tell. not only because of the driving rain storms, but because there is no way to see if it's still there. this is the southern end of the boardwalk. my ac knowledge coming into play. don't get the wrong idea, i do not gamble all the time. but it is hard to tell depending on where you are. it wasn't it was broken up. parts of it were battered and destroyed. that does not mean that the boardwalk itself is a story. in other parts it's simply hard to find. the utilities and what they are doing right now, dealing with all of this, at this point, there are a lot of people. hundreds of thousands and maybe more, that could lose power. anything on what you have or what you know? >> in listening to your broadcast, you see in atlanti
hurricane sandy coverage continues. >> waiting for our press conference from the governor tom sullivan of 5:00 p.m. we'll have that for you as well. i >> a live look at the dark in lower manhattan. around battery park, rather ominous there. >> new york city. he met did i tell you that you are an evacuee? >> we wear it with pride. >> political status? >> i don't know. now, listen, one of the lucky ones. a place to go. there are shelters in the area of zone a. we have blackouts in 1977, but we've never had a blackout and flooding. >> you can see a cruiser right there, presumably locking down the street. parts of lower manhattan have serious flooding, as well as the subway systems there. tony fernandez has been out there all evening. can you paint a better picture breast? >> a lot of starbucks cups, no surprise, here there are larger wooden items that made its way throughout the course of wherever that water is originating from. the hudson river, where ever else it went through over the evening. it brought a lot of large agree with that as well. a testament to the power of the wa
and furious fallout from sandy, tragic part you know too well, 40 lives lost as a result of this storm. that could climb, you also know it was affecting 20 states, 7 states directly with casualties this severe, you heard that it is likely going to hits our economy, hard, maybe shave upwards of a half% off our economic growth in the latest quarter, it will likely dampen christmas shaping enthusiasm, hit consumer confidence, and likely shopping in general. so much we don't know. this much we do -- just getting back to anything approaching work in big apple, will be tough. very tough. and it all begins with wall street's hope of getting back to business tomorrow morning. jamie colby, down by by battery tunnel that will be the point of entry to many who want to return but will not be able to use that point, jamie? >> reporter: without a duty, i know one person would be happen markets are open tomorrow, this is charlie gasparino, i saw you and see discuss it earlier about the fact it had to close. but it is not only thing that closed. let me show you how sporadic thing are. ritz-carlton, no
cross flags as well as the american flag. a scene pretty much throughout hurricane sandy. he is never taking his eye off of the sympathize and let people know he is in their corner. between he and his wife and paul ryan and everyone else associated with the campaign pitching for red cross donations. very crucial in these next days before the presidential election to balance of that very delicate line between just being political and being caring, not the ps/2. it's always a juxtaposition for the challenger. on the same day the president of the united states was touring the garden state with no less than chris christie, a lot of political mechanician is read into that one. as a new jersey resident, you take it wherever you can. earlier today, if you are chris christie looking for financial health, gorman and his job was offering id you ticket and run with it. today the two men during damaged areas. so many of the places that made new jersey one of the cost is clean of states in the country. now, back to florida and this race and how things stand. i want to bring you up-to-date on the l
that staten island took a hard hit from hurricane sandy. so we wanto make sure that the ght resources are brought here as quickly as possible to help this community, which is so strong, recover more quickly. >> i can tell you that it's bitter cold. they have no electricity. e of the complaints is that all emphasis is on manhattan. i have a friend who's caped out in lower manhattan. they have no electricity in lower manhattan. con ed is making that emphasis to make electricity be restored. all you see is the trucks can get stuff out now that they have showed up. you don't see the utity company putting the electricity on. it is being restored in other parts. but the area hardest hit is still waiting. neil: what is remarkable is that a lot of local officials, the republican governor, a democratic president, each congratulating the other. ea congratulating local officials that they are on to of it. that things are getting better. but to look at the scenes and the people with om you have talked to today, they might want to hold the backslapping for a while. because it does seems that we ar
gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. neil: and then there is sandy. the latest tally, don't know how they do it, $50 billion storm. i guess they figure in the businesses shut down, insinuating damages and repairs, a third of that in the state of new jersey alone. it is an ongoing mess and getting messier, who knows. he dealt with something very different called 9/11 but he knows about how this escalates before your eyes. >> this has been a terrible storm, they be one of the worst in history. i think it has been handled well. i can't see any fault with the way the emergency response works in new york, in new jersey. look, i think you have to do it. that is the right thing to do. what are you going to do, in the middle of an emergency committee the presidents help, you need coordination. exactly how to do it, why to do it, it is interesting he met with governor christie and didn't meet with mayor bloomberg and mayor bloomberg endorsed him. neil: you had to reach out to the other side, 9/11 you are working with the democratic senator at the time, you have to, botto
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